Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Seizes Thousands of Fentanyl Pills Since Spring

The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) has seized more than 4,000 fentanyl pills statewide since spring, putting Minnesota on par with national drug confiscation trends, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

The pills were confiscated while investigating violent crimes.

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Minneapolis Police Department Loosens Standards for Case Investigator Applicants

The Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) is recruiting civilians who would like to do investigation work.

According to a job posting, the MPD is looking for a case investigator able to do both office and field work. The required qualifications are at least two years of “investigative experience including actual interviewing” and “post-secondary education in Criminal Justice, Sociology or Psychology or equivalent.”

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Family of Man Killed by Police Officer in Minnesota Demand FBI Investigation

The family of the man, identified as Ricardo Torres, killed by an Olivia police officer, Aaron Clouse, on Sunday is demanding an FBI investigation of the incident. As reported by The Minnesota Sun, the suspect was shot and killed on Sunday morning after the person supposedly approached the police officer with a weapon in an alleyway.

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Minnesota Police Officer Shoots, Kills Person During ‘Altercation’

A police officer from Olivia, Minnesota shot and killed a suspect on Sunday morning after the person supposedly approached them with a weapon in an alleyway. The shooting happened around 2:00a.m. and the race of the people involved has not been specified. Police said that there was an “altercation” but no other details surrounding the death of the person have been given.

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